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Have you caught up with systemwide UC staff news? Check out the latest issue of UCnetwork for career development opportunities, benefits information and news and stories about from staff throughout UC.


Purple power: Sweet potatoes get vibrant

Purple sweet potatoes could be the next big thing, thanks to ANR research. These vibrant tubers are chock full of healthy antioxidants, and sure to impress your family and friends — and social media.


UC presidential search committee forums begin this week

The Special Committee to Consider the Selection of a President will soon hold two forums to gather comments from targeted stakeholders. Both are open to the public and will be live-streamed.


UC Santa Cruz joins the Association of American Universities

UC Santa Cruz has been selected to join an elite group that represents the 65 most preeminent public and private research universities in the nation.


Get ready for a Halloween Open Enrollment

Oct. 31 — Halloween — marks the beginning of Open Enrollment. Learn good news about premium costs, a few important medical plan changes and new Supplemental Health Plans that complement your medical and disability plans.


The UC Disability Survey is out now

Help UC ensure its accessibility and inclusivity by completing a confidential one-question survey about your disability status.


UC prepares to fight for DACA

On Friday, UC filed its brief with the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The university is preparing for the court to review its case in November.


QUIZ: Test your UC Latinx knowledge

How much do you know about Latinx heritage, culture and people at UC? It's time to find out!


UC welcomes a new VP of national labs

Craig Leasure, a longtime UC leader with extensive experience in directing and operating large-scale national labs and weapons programs, is the next vice president of the university’s Office of the National Laboratories.